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A. Print and Download Agreement

Any individual or institutional user of the Website currenthistory.com is subject to their agreement to all of the Terms and Conditions for articles, materials, printing, and downloading detailed herein. By printing and/or downloading any articles or materials from the currenthistory.com Website, you warrant that you have the authority to agree to, and you agree that you have read, understood, and will be bound by these Terms and Conditions. These, along with your use of currenthistory.com, constitute your agreement with the terms and conditions of this agreement.

The Terms and Conditions for printing and/or downloading articles or other material from this Website are as follows:


1. Copyright Notice

The articles and other materials contained on this Website are protected under copyright and other laws of the United States, and under international conventions and similar laws abroad. Current History and History in the Making are the registered trademarks of Current History, Inc.

Unless otherwise stated, the copyright and similar rights for all material published on the Website are owned by Current History, Inc.

You are permitted to print and/or download this material for your personal use only and only after paying the applicable fee. None of the articles or other materials may be used for any commercial, public, or classroom use without prior written permission of Current History Inc. and the payment of a specific additional fee. No part of the Website or any material appearing on the Site may be reproduced or stored in or transmitted to any other Website. No articles or materials appearing on the Site may be disseminated in any form, either electronic or non-electronic, nor included in any retrieval system or service without the prior written permission of Current History, Inc. and the payment of a specified fee. Any requests for permission may be sent to Current History, Inc., email mredmond@currenthistory.com.


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The contents of currenthistory.com may be accessed, viewed, or otherwise used only by a individual or institutional user. You are only permitted to view and/or browse the contents of currenthistory.com, and/or make limited copies of portions of it as fall within the "fair use" provisions of the Copyright Act, provided all such uses are for noncommercial personal purposes. Subscribers are not, however, permitted to store in electronic or any other form any significant portion of this Website. The contents of currenthistory.com may not be further reproduced, distributed, transmitted, modified, adapted, performed, displayed, published, or sold in whole or in part without prior written permission from Current History, Inc. and payment of fee, if applicable.

Any use that is commercial and/or non-personal is strictly prohibited, and may subject the individual or institution making such uses to immediate revocation of access to currenthistory.com, as well as any other applicable civil or criminal penalties. Similarly, sharing articles or materials or otherwise making them available to third parties is strictly prohibited, and may subject the individual or institutional user participating in such activities to immediate revocation of access to currenthistory.com, and subject the offending individual or institutional user and/or any third party to any other applicable civil or criminal penalties under copyright or other laws.


3. Modification of Terms and Conditions

Current History, Inc. reserves the right to change, modify, suspend, or discontinue any or all parts of the currenthistory.com Website or your access to it at any time. Current History, Inc. reserves the right to restrict an individual’s or institutional user’s access to parts or all of currenthistory.com without notice or liability.


4. Reservation of Authority

Current History, Inc. reserves the authority to change, modify, suspend or discontinue any and all terms of this agreement at any time.


5. Limitations on Use by Institutional Subscribers

Current History, Inc. explicitly prohibits Inter-Library Loan of articles or components of Current History, including articles or materials from this Website, in any electronic or digital form.

Current History, Inc. intends for currenthistory.com to be available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. However, Current History, Inc. will not be liable for damages or refunds should the Website become unavailable temporarily or access to the Site becomes slow or incomplete due to system back-up procedures, Internet traffic volume, upgrades, overload of requests to the servers, general network failures or delays, or any other cause that may from time to time make the Site inaccessible for your users.

While institutions forming Site-wide or one building/library Subscription agreements are not bound to monitor or enforce the specific uses made of this Site by authorized users, you must agree to the following:

A. In the event that Current History, Inc. or your institution becomes aware of abuse of the Site emanating from any of your locations, you will notify us (if you become aware first), and will cooperate in locating and attempting to stop the individuals who are abusing Current History’s Website. In the event of abuse of service, Current History, Inc. has the right to withhold, suspend, or terminate access to all or any portion of currenthistory.com. Current History, Inc. will not be liable for any damages beyond a pro-rated refund for the remaining unused portion of a subscription.

B. You are responsible for creating and maintaining reasonable security measures, and posting policies to ensure that only authorized users will use the Website. Institutions are prohibited from making agreements for access to currenthistory.com with individuals, organizations, vendors, affiliates, or partners that are not a part of the same institution. You affirm that all IP addresses in the range you list for authorization or passwords are specifically controlled by the institution for workstations under its administrative control and for the use of individuals who meet the authorized user criteria above. All Site-wide access to currenthistory.com must originate from computers physically located at your institution's street address. For one Building/Library subscriptions to Current History, online access must originate from computers physically located in the one building or library that has the subscription.


B. Privacy Policy

Current History Inc. may retain the email and street addresses of those who send us email messages, who purchase goods and services from our website, who register for access to this site and Current History archives online, and who subscribe to Current History, either online or in the print edition.

The email addresses that we retain will be used only for the narrow purposes for which customers supplied them -- that is, for subscriptions, for online registration and access, or to clarify purchasing instructions. We will never share your email address with other organizations.

From time to time, we may permit certain carefully screened partner companies to send ground mail (not email) to Current History subscribers. If you prefer not to receive ground mail from any of these sources, please contact us at:

Current History
4225 Main Street
Philadelphia, PA 19127
Phone: 215-482-4464 or 1-800-726-4464
Fax: 215-482-9197
Email: mredmond@currenthistory.com

C. Return/Refund Policy

Upon written or email request, Current History will issue refunds for online and print subscriptions on a pro rata basis. Refunds for products or individual copies of Current History are issued in full on return of the products or back issues within 30 days of receipt. There are no refunds for downloads of individual articles.


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